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My son Noah was very close to his great grandparents. My mother took care of him while I worked and she also provided a lot of care for her parents, so he spent a lot of time with his greats. He was just a young toddler and I knew that one day he would experience … Continue reading Talking to Young Children about Death
Photo by Michelle Kaye Before You Seek Therapy for Your Child* 10 Helpful Tips! Cut out 20% of the TV watching (100% of the shows depicting violence, disrespect of parents, dummying down of fathers/husbands, and those that portray women as sex objects). Reduce “electronic time” (computers, texting and internet phones, video games) by 40% (100% … Continue reading Before You Seek Therapy For Your Child
Do you get it that every time we seem to turn on the tv, news or in the movies these days the boys and men are getting terrible representation? Whether they are kowtowing to a bossy woman, making obscene gestures or noises, getting drunk or on drugs, committing some stupid crime, espousing the effeminate or … Continue reading The Dopifying of Men and Boys These Days